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Coolpad Note 6 launched in India with dual selfie camera

Coolpad has launched the Note 6 in India, the company's first selfie phone. It features a dual front camera system comprising of a 8MP primary camera and a 5MP depth sensor along with LED flash. The Note 6 is powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 435 processor with a choice of 3GB or 4GB RAM and 32GB or 64GB storage, respectively. On the back of the phone is a 13MP main camera with f2.2 aperture. Other features include a fingerprint sensor, dual SIM support, 4070mAh battery and Android 7.1 Nougat. The Coolpad Note 6 is priced at INR 8,999 ($135) for the 3/32GB variant and INR 9,999...



ZTE to announce Blade V9 with 18:9 screen and Snapdragon 450 at MWC

ZTE managed a pretty rare feat back in December - leaking one of its own upcoming devices. The phone in question is the Blade V9, which got listed on the company's official website for Spain. That was obviously pulled quickly but we still grabbed some official images and the full specs nevertheless. According to an unnamed source speaking to Android Headlines, the Blade V9 will finally become official at MWC, when ZTE plans to unveil it for the world to see. The handset is expected to be "quite affordable", which makes sense given the Blade line's legacy and its non-flagship specs. The...



Essential phone could start shipping by June-end, carrier partnerships to be announced soon

The newly-unveiled Essential phone - dubbed Essential PH-1 - could start shipping by the end of June. In his first interview after the device's announcement, company's founder Andy Rubin said that they have plans to ship out reservations "within 30 days." For those who aren't in the know, the handset carries a $700 price tag, and isn't up for sale yet - you can currently reserve a unit by heading to the company's official website (for now registrations are US-only). The phone will be made available through other channels as well, with Rubin noting that carrier and retail...



iFixit tears down new iPad, finds parts from Air 1 and 2

iFixit has performed its ritualistic teardown of the latest iPad from Apple that was announced last week. This gives us a closer look at everything that's inside. The primary difference is the chipset, which is the same Apple A9 that is found inside the iPhone 6s and the iPhone SE. But there are some other changes too. For one, the new iPad is thicker than the Air 2 that it replaces and is almost as thick as the original iPad Air. This comes with a corresponding increase in battery size, which at 32.9Wh is larger than that in the Air 2 and roughly same as the one inside the...



260,000 Amazon Basic power banks are being recalled for risk of overheating

Today, Amazon has issued a recall for its self-branded line of power banks that it sells. If you have any of the following power banks by Amazon Basics, you should head to the link at the end of this post to check its product ID number against the ones listed on the site. The 260,000 affected units include the following mAh capacity models: 16,100 / 10,000 / 5,600 / 3,000 / 2,000. These units have been reportedly overheating and there have already been reports of damage to property and at least one report of a chemical burn. If your power bank leaks liquid, this is battery acid and you...